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It is done from control panel (the screen shots are from Windows 10): I didn't bother setting up any DNS-servers there. The value of 192.168.8.100 is recommended by Huawei manual, so I used that.Final setup thing is to make sure your Multicast Upgrade Tool can access Win RAR.Getting the box to the upgrade mode sounds easy: turn power off from the device, keep WPS and Wi-Fi buttons pressed, kick on the power and at a suitable time release the Wi-Fi button. To get the upgrade rolling you'll need following things: This is what my setup looks like: I didn't have any switches or any other network appliance there, I just hooked the other end of the cable to my laptop and one end to the router.Then normal boot process is stopped and the box will wait for a firmware file to be delivered to it. (The Kabuto car in the bottom corner is optional ) Next thing you'll need to confirm is your firewall software (or Windows built in one).On my tests, it was an ok piece of plastic, but obviously non-computer users don't want to mess aroud with their hardware, they just want it to work when needed. Given a E5577 and MF910, having exactly the same price and all, my choice would be the Huawei.Typical firmware upgrade for any entwork applicance is done via web-interface.If you'll press them longer, you'll get the phrase "not in router upgrade mode" to the log, meaning that you failed.
Admin-interface is a Huawei classic Since the WPA-password was clearly visible on the status screen, and this router is very easy to install to your home.
Some firmware details: The network settings were also exactly like an E5186: At this point I was pretty sure, that an E5577 is just a miniature E5186. Since E5186 has a very good AJAX interface for the GUI, and this is just a miniature version of it.
The device details are: As you can see, there are plenty of options to go change. This had to have the same: I even ran some queries just to test it: /api/device/signal: Everything I threw at it returned exactly similar results, than E5186. This was a very pleasant exploration to a familiar device.
The obvious catch in that is, that you need to authenticate, move to a suitable page and upload a file to accomplish that.
In rare cases, hardware has an "upgrade mode", which allows you to inject a new firmare to the device without any proper authentication. If one could modify a firmware (and sign it), it would be possible to unlock locked devices, unlock features, or introduce new functionality.